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How to be a science diplomat in Europe

Dr Jan Marco Müller, the first Science & Technology Advisor for the European External Action Service [EEAS] and doctoral researcher Paola Yanguas Parra joined the Centre for Science ...

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Government data, science and evidence: decision making

As part of CSaP’s seminar series on government’s use of data, science and evidence, Bill Sutherland, Miriam Rothschild Professor in Conservation Biology, Department of Zoology, Cambridge, shared his ...

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Meet the Fellow: Ben Henshall, Number 10

A CSaP Policy Fellow from Number 10, says he wants to engage with researchers and give academia “a chance again” during a visit to the University of Cambridge. ...

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Climate change and the economy: what COP26 needs to know

With weeks to go until COP26, CSaP's Executive Director Rob Doubleday talks to two of Cambridge's leading economists Dr Matthew Agarwala and Dr Cristina Peñasco, about what leaders ...

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What form should the government’s levelling up agenda take?

Levelling up was an amorphous policy pledge in the Conservative Party’s 2019 manifesto. Since then, numerous academics and policy organisations have focused on what ‘levelling up’ means, and ...